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WORKSHOP: Organising your research for publication

22/02/2010

Organising your research for publication – workshop for research students;
22 February 2010, Universtity of Oxford, UK

 

Presenters:

Professor Doug Altman, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, University of Oxford, UK
Dr Iveta Simera, Centre for Statistics in Medicine, University of Oxford, UK

 

Programme – slides:

Welcome and agenda

Warm-up discussion

Importance of clarity, transparency and accuracy in research publications (talk)

Discussion of factors influencing the probability that my research will get published (group discussion)

Research reporting: from principles to practicalities (talk)

REMARK: reporting tumour marker studies (brief talk and practical)

Summary & key learning points

 

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